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... the hotel, glued the sole back on to by broken shoe so now I can change shoes and give my really smelly ones a rest! By that time it was only 4.00pm .... So much day left to fill! After the hectic pace of the last few days, it was a great feeling. So I went back out again, turned left this time from the hotel and found the real Turkish suburbs! There were all sorts of shops with an amazing array of stuff randomly all next to one another .... A ...
... floor to the underside of the dome. It even if the major church in Israel, surpassing it by simply adding on additional column (47 as opposed to 46).
After visiting St Sophia we were taken to a business and observed hour Turkish carpets / rugs are made. There was a reasonable amount of pressure applied to us to purchase some rugs. They ranged in price from about $1,000 to $37,000. After that we visited the Grand Bazaar, which is one ...
... holy day.
We headed past Istanbul University before making our way through the back streets to find the Bozodogan Aqueduct. There are so many interesting things to see in these back streets. We walked our way down to the river and crossed the new town bridge in order to get to the other side and see the magnificent views of the old town.
Up and up we rose towards Taxim Square before heading down towards the Golden Horn in order ...
... had been recommended to me. It was layers of doner meat, cubes of bread, tomatoes and peppers that had been baked in a charcoal oven, before being served with a huge dollop of yoghurt and a pile of lavash. It was good, but not a touch on my cag kebab at lunchtime.
After dinner, I walked back to the hostel and had a quiet evening there, chatting to some new people who had arrived in my room and playing pro-evo with the guy in the hostel, in what had become a nightly ...
... were all ravenous. Lunch was included in the tour, but the tricky part is that the venue was on the other side of a narrow street where the marathon runners were coming in. Undeterred (a schedule is a schedule after all and she was a woman on a mission) and talking loudly in ?Turkish and gesticulating to the crowd controllers, our guide , sign aloft lead the group pushing and shoving against the oncoming crowd across the road, as soon as she spied a gap between marathon runners. ...